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Mercedes Isabel Sota is the Superintendent of Schools in Mancotal, north of Lake Apanás, in Northern Nicaragua. The kids in that school probably fear her like I used to fear Mr. Armstrong. He was my high school history teacher and was so respected and feared by all students that we always tried our best and then some. You never wanted to let him down or cross him. Never miss a class, never be late, never have your shirt untucked. Ever. I got the sense that Directora Sota is like Mr. Armstrong....
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